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Jewish Film & New Media

An International Journal

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Jewish Film & New Media provides an outlet for research into any aspect of Jewish film, television, and new media and is unique in its interdisciplinary nature, exploring the rich and diverse cultural heritage across the globe. The journal is distinctive in bringing together a range of cinemas, televisions, films, programs, and other digital material in one volume and in its positioning of the discussions within a range of contexts—the cultural, historical, textual, and many others.

Jewish Film & New Media Volume 4 Number 2 (Fall 2016)

Articles

A British-Jewish Film Genre? Consider Gasbags (1941)
Michael Berkowitz

Resisting Genealogy: Diasporic Grief and Heterosexual Melancholia in the Israeli Films Three Mothers and Late Marriage
Raz Yosef

Report

Ritual Reconstructed Project, 2014–2015
Searle Kochberg

Reviews

On Sutak’s Cinema Judaica: The War Years, 1939–1949
Stephen J. Whitfield

On Lumby’s samuel-613
Gil Toffell

On Kanter’s Lunch: Old Jews Slurping Soup and the Fate of Jewish Humor
Jarrod Tanny

On Eforgan’s Leslie Howard: The Lost Actor
Mia Spiro

On Niv’s Look Back into the Future: The Israeli Cinema and the 1982 Lebanon War—Israeli Cinema Faces the Specter of the Lebanon War Blindfolded
Slava Greenberg

To find out when the next issue will be available, see the Journals Publication Schedule.

Jewish Film & New Media Volume 5 Number 1 (Spring 2017)

“Got Jewish Milk?”: Screening Epstein and Van Sant for Intersectional Film History
Helene Meyers

“‘It Happened Before and it Will Happen Again’: Online User Comments as a Non-Commemorative Site of Holocaust Remembrance.” Aya Yadlin-Segal

“Talking Cures?: Jews and Sex Therapy in Nymphomaniac and A Dangerous Method.” Carol Siegel

“The Importance of Jewish Ritual in the Secular, Postmodern World of Transparent.” Roberta Rosenberg

Reviews
On Capua's Anatole Litvak: The Life and Films
Andrew Spicer

On Pomerance and Palmer's George Cukor: Hollywood Master
Elyce Helford

On Pozner and Laurent's Kinojudaica. Les représentations des Juifs dans le cinéma de Russie et d’Union soviétique, des années 1910 aux années 1980
Catherine Portuges

On Case's Calling Dr. Strangelove: The Anatomy and Influence of the Kubrick Masterpiece 
Kirsten Fermaglich

On Manning's Espionage and Exile: Fascism and Anti-Fascism in British Spy Fiction and Film 
Phyllis Lassner

On Pick-Hemo's Wounded Homeland: The Changing Representation of Trauma in Israeli Cinema,
Eran Kaplan

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4.1: Special Issue: Genres in Jewish and Israeli Cinema

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3.1: Special Issue: Israeli Film and Television

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2.1: Special Issue: Latin American Cinema and Television

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